DJ Jazzy Jeff turned a couple of rap Grammys into a job on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."

He joins Robin Thicke and Tamia for "Célébrez en Rosé" at National Harbor.

"It's a wine celebration, a rosé celebration, however, everyone sports pink and white," Jeff said.

"It's a wine celebration, a rosé celebration, however, everyone sports pink and white," Jeff said.

The slap procured Smith a 10-year restriction from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Brought up Jeff Townes in Philadelphia, DJ Jazzy Jeff grew up adoring music.

"You're experiencing childhood in the home of Gamble and Huff, which resembles experiencing childhood in Detroit with Motown," Jeff said.

His life changed perpetually when he got a call to play a party nearby to Smith's home.

"Will was on his initial experience on 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' and he was missing experiencing childhood in Philly in light of the fact that we have the seasons," Jeff said.